Photography is my artistic passion in life. There is nothing as enjoyable as finding the beauty that others might miss seeing in this world and sharing it with others.

The pictures on this site are for my and your pleasure but are copyrighted. If you would like use a copy of one, please e-mail me. Higher resolution version of most photographs are available.


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  1. williamleeone

    Hello Chris ! He y , I just wanted to connect, and though I think we are on the same page with this latest ISIS thing, It is far too important to know How friends stand on these matters than to allow a flippant poeticly inspired remark to be potentially misunderstood.. My words are meant as a sarcastic blast at the clergy that convince these followers to martyr themselves while they [ the clergy] sit on their happy fat asses and dream up the next feat their followers can perform so that the clergy[ fat cowardly bastards } can take credit and whatever ‘power’ their tormented minds seem to behold as ‘ desired’ . Thanks for the listen,, Bill

  2. Stephanae V. McCoy

    Hi Christopher, thank you for stopping by my blog and “liking” one of my posts, I appreciate it. I wanted to return the favor and am glad I did b/c while a photographer I am not, I appreciate the works of others. ~Steph

  3. Andy Smart

    Hiya there Christopher. Thanks for dropping by my space and the likes. Been interested in your work for sometime now. I like the fact that you’re capturing life outside your doorstep which is also where I’m at. You don’t have to go far to find something of interest. Often we are so rushed off our feet that we forget to look at the detail under our noses. That’s what you manage to capture when you take your camera out. Always nice work!

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Oh, how cool is that. =) Thank you, Monica….Milford is the name of a town in New Hampshire and also a town in Massachusetts. The name “Milford” has kind of a British sound to it, I think. Have a nice evening, my friend. Cheers!

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  8. bahelberg1

    Love to meet talented people in photography and storytelling, here, on WordPress. Your pictures are inspiring, and so is your determination in your art! Best of luck!

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    Dear friend Milford (great photographer)
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  29. IphisAria

    I want to thank you for dropping by my site. Lately I had been trying to find a blog about the woods in New Hampshire, so to find quality photography of these lovely places is a treat! I appreciate your efforts to take humble locations and capture them for what they are. Looking forward to more photos with the lenseball and antique magnifying glass!

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you so much for your mesage. I enjoyed your site. I’m glad you are enjoying the images here. What sparked your interest in New Hampshire?

      1. IphisAria

        I enjoy hiking and, not too long ago I learned about the Beaver Brook trails, some of which I have walked. I have been in several states, but New Hampshire feels unique, even when compared to the states bordering it.

      2. milfordstreet Post author

        Beaver Brook is beautiful. I hike there often. There are trailheads only a few miles from where I live. New Hampshire is a pretty nice spot to be.

  30. IphisAria

    I admit I haven’t walked there as much as I would like to. Mine Falls Park is where I go frequently. Not as many paths as Beaver Brook, but still very pleasant.

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      I’ve only been to Mine Falls Park a few times, mainly because Beaver Brook is so close. I like Mine Falls Park with the water and the bridges. It’s pretty.


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